2 December 2002 TBILISI, 2 December (Civil)–Mandaeti in the upper Imereti, a region in western Georgia, is an ordinary Georgian village. Tourists rarely come here for vacation; luxuries such as TV, newspapers, hot water, electricity, or even a doctor, are almost absent from their daily life. The World Bank has rated the province of Upper […]

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